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Losing to gain against arthritis
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From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, I’m Ira Dreyfuss with HHS, HealthBeat.

People can fight the pain and disability of arthritis by keeping their weight in the healthy range and being physically active.

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Go Light on the Joints (A Minute of Health with CDC)
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Approximately 50 million adults have arthritis and more than 72 million are obese. This podcast discusses how being obese can negatively affect arthritis, and talks about how eating a healthy diet, exercising, and losing weight can help sufferers shape up and feel better. Created: 5/5/2011 by MMWR. Date Released: 5/5/2011.

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Go Light on the Joints (A Cup of Health with CDC)
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It’s the perfect public health storm. Obesity, arthritis, and physical inactivity have combined to create a major problem among the aging US population. In this podcast, Dr. Jennifer Hootman discusses the impact of obesity on arthritis. Created: 5/5/2011 by MMWR. Date Released: 5/5/2011.

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Easing the Pain of Arthritis (A Minute of Health with CDC)
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Arthritis is one of the leading causes of disability in the U.S., particularly among older persons. This podcast discusses symptoms and treatment options for arthritis. Created: 2/17/2011 by MMWR. Date Released: 2/17/2011.

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Easing the Pain of Arthritis (A Cup of Health with CDC)
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Advances in medicine have resulted in a steady increase in life expectancy in the U.S. But as the population ages, problems associated with aging are becoming more prevalent. Arthritis is one of the leading causes of disability, particularly in older persons. In this podcast, Dr. Louise Murphy discusses ways to ease the pain of arthritis. Created: 2/17/2011 by MMWR. Date Released: 2/17/2011

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Alleviating Arthritis (A Minute of Health with CDC)
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Nearly 50 million adults suffer from arthritis, the most common cause of disability in the U.S. This podcast discusses the role obesity plays in arthritis and emphasizes maintaining a healthy weight and exercising regularly are two of the best ways to alleviate the discomfort caused by arthritis. (Created: 10/7/2010 by MMWR) Date Released: 10/7/2010

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Alleviating Arthritis (A Cup of Health with CDC)
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People are living longer because of advances in medicine, but the longer they live, the more susceptible they are to arthritis, a chronic condition that causes pain and stiffness in the joints. Nearly 50 million adults suffer from arthritis, the most common cause of disability in the U.S. In this podcast, Dr. Jennifer Hootman discusses ways to alleviate arthritis pain. (Created: 5/13/2010 by MMWR) Date Released: 5/13/2010

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The American College of Sports Medicine’s – Health Radio

Segment 1 – The Burden of Arthritis
Segment 2 – Benefits of Physical Activity For People With Arthritis
Segment 3 – PA Recommendations for Adults With Arthritis
Segment 4 – Approved Arthritis Programs, How to Get Involved


Interview with Jennifer Hootman, Ph.D., FACSM, Epidemiologist with the Arthritis Program. Centers For Disease Control and Prevention

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Exercise Away the Pain (A Minute of Health with CDC)
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Arthritis causes pain in the joints and can limit activities, especially among middle age and older adults. This podcast discusses how putting those joints to use through some form of physical activity on a regular basis might be the best way to alleviate the pain. (Created: 5/13/2010 by MMWR) Date Released: 5/13/2010

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Exercise Away the Pain (A Cup of Health with CDC)
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Nowadays, it seems like there’s a pill for everything, but for the 46 million U.S. adults affected by arthritis, the best medicine might be a couple of laps around the block. In this podcast, Dr. Charles Helmick discusses arthritis. (Created: 5/13/2010 by MMWR) Date Released: 5/13/2010
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Staying Ahead of Father Time (A Minute of Health with CDC)
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A recent CDC study found more than one in five U.S. adults had some type of disability, and this broadcast discusses how lifestyle changes can prevent the onset of some disabilities and improve the management of others. (Created: 5/1/2009 by MMWR) Date Released: 5/14/2009
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Staying Ahead of Father Time (A Cup of Health with CDC)
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Many of us take our health for granted, but a recent CDC study found that more than one in five U.S. adults had some type of disability. Dr. Jennifer Hootman discusses the impact of disabilities on U.S. adults. (Created: 5/1/2009 by MMWR) Date Released: 5/14/2009
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Don’t Let Pain Keep You Down (A Cup of Health with CDC)
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Physical activity is an important part of managing heart disease, however many patients with heart disease suffer from arthritis. Dr. Chad Helmick discusses the role physical activity plays in controlling heart disease and arthritis. (Created: 5/9/2008 by MMWR)
Date Released: 2/26/2009
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Don’t Let Pain Keep You Down (A Minute of Health with CDC)
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This broadcast discusses how joint pain-related to arthritis should not keep patients with heart disease from moderate, doctor-approved exercise. (Created: 5/9/2008 by MMWR)
Date Released: 2/26/2009
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Quédese sentado y sufra o empiece a moverse (Sit and Suffer of Move and Mend)
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Aproximadamente uno de cada cinco adultos y 300,000 niños en los Estados Unidos sufren de artritis. Este podcast aborda las maneras de aliviar el dolor que causa la artritis, fortalecer las articulaciones y mejorar el uso de las áreas afectadas. (Created: 5/9/2008 by MMWR)
Date Released: 2/19/2009
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Sit and Suffer or Move and Mend (A Cup of Health with CDC)
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Approximately one of five U.S. adults and 300,000 children are affected by arthritis. Dr. Jennifer Hootman discusses ways to relieve the pain of arthritis, strengthen joints, and improve the use of affected areas.. (Created: 5/9/2008 by MMWR)
Date Released: 5/8/2008
 
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Sit and Suffer or Move and Mend (A Minute of Health with CDC)
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Approximately one of five U.S. adults and 300,000 children are affected by arthritis, and this broadcast discusses ways to relieve the pain of arthritis, strengthen joints, and improve the use of affected areas. (Created: 5/9/2008 by MMWR)
Date Released: 5/8/2008
 
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Un vistazo a la artritis
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La artritis y otras afecciones reumáticas afectan a unos 46 millones de adultos en Estados Unidos. Dado que los adultos estadounidenses están viviendo más años, es probable que aumente el número de personas que viven con artritis. Este informe hace proyecciones hacia el año 2030 sobre el número de adultos, por estado, que tendrán artritis médicamente diagnosticada y limitación de actividades atribuible a la artritis. (Title: Un vistazo a la artritis [A Quick Look at Arthritis]; Created: 5/4/2007 by MMWR) (Created: 5/4/2007 by MMWR)
Date Released: 10/1/2007
 
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A Quick Look at Arthritis (A Cup of Health with CDC)
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Arthritis and other rheumatic conditions affect approximately 46 million adults in the United States. Because U.S. adults are living longer, the number living with arthritis likely will increase. This report projects the number of adults in each state who will have doctor-diagnosed arthritis and arthritis-attributable activity limitations in 2030. (Created: 5/4/2007 by MMWR)
Date Released: 6/1/2007
 
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A Quick Look at Arthritis (A Minute of Health with CDC)
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Arthritis and other rheumatic conditions affect approximately 46 million adults in the United States. Because U.S. adults are living longer, the number living with arthritis likely will increase. This report projects the number of adults in each state who will have doctor-diagnosed arthritis and arthritis-attributable activity limitations in 2030. (Created: 5/4/2007 by MMWR)
Date Released: 6/1/2007
 
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Prevalencia de la artritis diagnosticada por el médico y limitación de las actividades atribuida a la artritis en Estados Unidos, 2003--2005
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La artritis tiene una alta prevalencia entre los adultos en EE.UU. y se prevé que para el año 2030 afectará a alrededor de 67 millones de personas en este país. El presente informe actualiza los cálculos de la prevalencia nacional de la artritis diagnosticada por un médico y la limitación de las actividades atribuida a la artritis en la población adulta en los EE.UU. Los hallazgos indican que durante 2003--2005 se registraron alrededor de 46.4 millones de casos de artritis diagnosticados por un médico y que 17.4 millones de personas presentaban limitación en sus actividades atribuida a la artritis. Esto subraya la necesidad de aumentar las intervenciones para prevenir y controlar la artritis. (Created: 10/13/2006 by MMWR)
Date Released: 12/4/2006
 
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Prevalence of Doctor-Diagnosed Arthritis and Arthritis-Attributable Activity Limitation --- United States, 2003--2005 (A Cup of Health with CDC)
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Arthritis is highly prevalent among U.S. adults and is expected to affect approximately 67 million adults in the United States by 2030. This report updates estimates of the national prevalence of doctor-diagnosed arthritis and arthritis-attributable activity limitation in the adult U.S. population. The findings indicate that during 2003--2005, approximately 46.4 million persons had doctor-diagnosed arthritis and 17.4 million had arthritis-attributable activity limitations, underscoring the need to increase availability of evidence-based arthritis prevention and management interventions. (Created: 10/13/2006 by MMWR)
Date Released: 10/13/2006
 
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Prevalence of Doctor-Diagnosed Arthritis and Arthritis-Attributable Activity Limitation --- United States, 2003--2005 (A Minute of Health with CDC)
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Arthritis is highly prevalent among U.S. adults and is expected to affect approximately 67 million adults in the United States by 2030. This report updates estimates of the national prevalence of doctor-diagnosed arthritis and arthritis-attributable activity limitation in the adult U.S. population. The findings indicate that during 2003--2005, approximately 46.4 million persons had doctor-diagnosed arthritis and 17.4 million had arthritis-attributable activity limitations, underscoring the need to increase availability of evidence-based arthritis prevention and management interventions. (Created: 10/13/2006 by MMWR)
Date Released: 10/13/2006

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Quédese sentado y sufra o empiece a moverse (Sit and Suffer of Move and Mend)
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Aproximadamente uno de cada cinco adultos y 300,000 niños en los Estados Unidos sufren de artritis. Este podcast aborda las maneras de aliviar el dolor que causa la artritis, fortalecer las articulaciones y mejorar el uso de las áreas afectadas. (Created: 5/9/2008 by MMWR)
Date Released: 2/19/2009
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Un vistazo a la artritis
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La artritis y otras afecciones reumáticas afectan a unos 46 millones de adultos en Estados Unidos. Dado que los adultos estadounidenses están viviendo más años, es probable que aumente el número de personas que viven con artritis. Este informe hace proyecciones hacia el año 2030 sobre el número de adultos, por estado, que tendrán artritis médicamente diagnosticada y limitación de actividades atribuible a la artritis. (Title: Un vistazo a la artritis [A Quick Look at Arthritis]; Created: 5/4/2007 by MMWR) (Created: 5/4/2007 by MMWR)
Date Released: 10/1/2007
 
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Prevalencia de la artritis diagnosticada por el médico y limitación de las actividades atribuida a la artritis en Estados Unidos, 2003--2005
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La artritis tiene una alta prevalencia entre los adultos en EE.UU. y se prevé que para el año 2030 afectará a alrededor de 67 millones de personas en este país. El presente informe actualiza los cálculos de la prevalencia nacional de la artritis diagnosticada por un médico y la limitación de las actividades atribuida a la artritis en la población adulta en los EE.UU. Los hallazgos indican que durante 2003--2005 se registraron alrededor de 46.4 millones de casos de artritis diagnosticados por un médico y que 17.4 millones de personas presentaban limitación en sus actividades atribuida a la artritis. Esto subraya la necesidad de aumentar las intervenciones para prevenir y controlar la artritis. (Created: 10/13/2006 by MMWR)
Date Released: 12/4/2006
 

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